Beall's List: Potential, Possible, or Probable Predatory Scholarly Open-Access Publishers
If you're trying to determine where NOT to publish your research. Publishing with predatory publishers can be a detriment to your scholarly impact.This page is currently down. If you have questions about a journal, please contact David Nolfi.
A List of Print-on-Demand Publishers, Self-Publishing/"Vanity Presses" and Other Non-Traditional Publishers for Librarians and Faculty
If you're trying to determine where NOT to publish your books.
Checklist designed to help researchers determine whether or not to publish in a journal. Created by the Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives.
by Jeffrey Beall, "This is a list of questionable companies that purport to provide valid scholarly metrics at the researcher, article, or journal level." This page is currently down. If you have questions about a journal, please contact David Nolfi.
Visit the Where to Publish Your Research Guide for information on identifying and selecting the best journals for your publications.
Edanz Journal Selector (Beta) Enter your abstract or article description in the Journal Selector to find journals that publish in related areas. Currently matching to over 18,000 journals.
Elsevier Journal Finder Search for an Elsevier journal by name or use the Elsevier Journal Finder by entering your abstract to find journals best suited for your research.
Journal/Author Name Estimator (JANE) JANE matches your title, abstract, or keywords to millions of documents in MEDLINE to help determine the best journals for your research.
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Ulrichsweb: Global Serials Directory Use Ulrichsweb to find data on over 250,000 serials, periodicals, annuals, and newspapers worldwide. It includes reviews, abstracting and indexing information, email addresses, URLs, and other pertinent information.